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At the moment, I'm

  • getting the hang of 11ty
    • javascript (.eleventy.js, filters, etc.)
    • YAML basics for front matter stuff
    • BrowserSync middleware
    • Nunjucks templating (which is pretty close to Jinja, so that at least is pretty easy)
  • working on my personal website
  • writing articles on svg, microformats, and more
  • learning Python (still!)
  • Jinja2
  • still working with simple SVG icons
  • working with new CSS stuff, including
    • custom properties
    • flex
    • overflow word wrapping
  • actively looking for work

When I'm not learning new web dev tricks, I'm in my kitchen fermenting stuff. I have a batch of cider and meade that are ready to bottle. And trying new vegetable ferments, too.

I'm also starting to think about gardening for the spring. It's never too early to start planning. I have fava bean plants that are already flowering. (:

Popular repositories

  1. Ideas, suggestions, logos, etc. dedicated to microformats, "a set of simple, open data formats built upon existing and widely adopted standards."

    HTML 1 1

  2. Find email addresses in web pages and turn them into clickable <a href=mailto...> links.


  3. A replacement script for Triple Seat's reservation contact form.


  4. Simple, hackable SVG icons that might be useful for email, websites, media players, etc.

  5. Forked from edent/SuperTinyIcons

    Under 1KB each! Super Tiny Icons are miniscule SVG versions of your favourite website and app logos


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